Wired on H.G. Wells (and THE BROADCAST)

Wired put a piece on their website today in honor of H.G. Wells birthday and we were mentioned.

It’s a nice little article, not only showcasing some of Wells’ most beloved work but the books, movies and television series that his work has influenced. While this isn’t a feature on our book by any means, it’s cool for me on a couple fronts. First, I’m a regular reader of Wired magazine, so being mentioned briefly on that site is pretty cool for me. And second, it’s nice to see THE BROADCAST listed alongside LOST and Jeff Lemire’s THE NOBODY. The writing of H.G. Wells may have influenced them, but those two works have been a huge influence on me.

Also of note, THE BROADCAST is now listed as “In Stock” on the Amazon website. Be sure to grab a copy the next time you’re making an order there. If you’ve already picked up a copy and enjoyed it — well, we would greatly appreciate it if you took a few minutes to stop by Amazon and give us a review.

The book hits comic shelves this week. I can’t wait to hear what everyone thinks.

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About the Author

Eric Hobbs
Eric Hobbs
Eric was the driving force behind the genre-bending mini-series, AWAKENINGS. THE BROADCAST is his first full length graphic novel and is scheduled for release in Fall 2010. He is currently hard at work on a series of graphic novels for children titled, THE LIBRARIAN.

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  1. It’s a nice little article, not only showcasing some of Wells’ most beloved work but the books.———————————–http://www.scarpe-hogan.eu

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